We are at that time of year where everyone is gearing up for the award season. The nominations start coming out and everyone is buzzing and placing their guesses on who will take home the prize — individually and for our favorite shows and movies.
Earlier today, the nominations were announced for the Primetime Emmy® Awards. The awards highlight excellence in television and is as important to the tv world as the Oscars are the the movie world.
Beyond seeing who wore what and came with who, it’s always great to see which celebs are up for the award and who they are up against. Some of my favorite celebrity moms are up for a Primetime Emmy® Award — from Tina Fay to Melissa McCarthy — check out which celebrity moms made the nomination list for acting:
Sofia Vergara 1 of 8Sopia is up for an Outstanding Supporting Actress award for her character Gloria Delgado-Pritchett in Modern Family
Amy Poehler 2 of 8Amy is up for an Outstanding Lead Actress award for her character Leslie Knope in Parks and Recreation.
Mayim Bialik 3 of 8Mayim is up for an Outstanding Supporting Actress award for her funny character Amy Farrah Fowler in The Big Bang Theory
Julie Bowden 4 of 8Julie is nominated for an Outstanding Supporting Actress award for her way-too-funny character Claire Dunphy on Modern Family
Melissa McCarthy 5 of 8I love Melissa! She's up for an Outstanding Lead Actress award for her character Molly Flynn in Mike and Molly
Julia Louis-Dreyfus 6 of 8I was a big fan of her on Seinfeld and it seems she has another hit on her hands. Julia is up for an Outstanding Lead Actress award for playing Selina Meyer in Veep
Tina Fey 7 of 8The queen of funny, Tina is nominated for an Outstanding Lead Actress award for her hilarious character Liz Lemon on 30 Rock
Edie Falco 8 of 8She is an amazing actress and she's up for another Outstanding Lead Actress for her character Jackie Peyton in Nurse Jackie
See all the nominees on the 64th Primetime Emmy® Awards official list
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